Saturday, August 29, 2015

Maintain Healthy Blood Pressure Levels with Refreshing TK Hibiscus Tea

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, about 70 million American adults have high blood pressure; that’s 1 in 3 people over the age of 18. High blood pressure increases your risk for dangerous health condition such as heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure.
We’ve seen a recent surge in health conscious practices including the way we eat, our exercising habits, and even the medicines and herbs we use to treat ourselves when we’re feeling under the weather. This new fascination with being healthy has heightened the demand of natural hibiscus.

TK Hibiscus is currently stocked in over 350 stores across 27 states including The Fresh Market and Whole Foods.

Classic Simple: As simple as it gets and the benchmark for bottled hibiscus tea

Cool Mint: Refreshingly perfect after a workout or a lazy day in the park

Green Jasmine: With a touch of caffeine, it is the perfect replacement for your afternoon or morning coffee
Yellow Ginger: The perfect complement to spice up any meal

My Thoughts
HK Hibiscus Tea brings you a unique blend of teas that are both exotic and refreshing. We were able to taste test four different varieties and they were all amazing.  Even the bottles they come is are beautiful and make for a great presentation. 

 Classic Simple Hibiscus Tea  - This delicious hibiscus tea is like a cross between fruit juice and ice tea that is a unique tasting experience.

Cool Mint Hibiscus Tea - This one has a light and refreshing touch of mint that leaves your mouth tingling.

Green Jasmine Hibiscus Tea  - This one was my favorite. It's not quite as sweet as the other blends.

Yellow Ginger Hibiscus - The ginger added to this one gives it a little extra kick.

In addition to great taste, I love how these teas have added health benefits. I don't have issues with my blood pressure yet, and maybe I ever will if I keep drinking this fabulous tea.  If you'd like to learn more about HK Hibicus Tea and all the teas they offer, or to find a location near you that sells them, be sure to visit their website.